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    Life After Zero Hour

    In the wake of Japan’s nuclear meltdown, Newsweek traveled to the country’s most radioactive village.
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    Che Casino!

    Amid institutional failure and economic stagnation, a once-proud Italy finds itself almost prostrate.
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    The Waste Land

    Thousands have died, and many thousands more may perish, as famine and drought devastate Africa’s horn.
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    Shades of Stalin

    The trial of former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko evokes the dark days of the Soviet Union, writes Khrushchev’s great-granddaughter.
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    Oz the Wizard

    A consummate Sabra’s latest work explores small-town life—with a distinctly Israeli backdrop.
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    Surviving Clarence

    Twenty years after the Clarence Thomas hearings, Anita Hill isn't giving an inch.
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    Jon Stewart, Live at the USO

    How America's most scathing liberal war critic ended up at the bedside of wounded warriors—and as outraged as ever.
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    Hard-Left Heartthrob

    Chile’s youthful revolutionary leader is rattling a nation—and a continent—as she champions education reform.
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    Interview: Steve Inskeep

    The NPR 'Morning Edition' host talks about Pakistan and why some people might find him annoying.
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    Al Qaeda's Not Dead Yet

    The death of Anwar al-Awlaki is a setback. But his terror cell still has its leaders intact.
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    A Legacy of Hope

    In its 70 years of operation, the USO has continued to adapt, with centers in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait and Qatar.
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    Fighting For Survival

    Africa’s first woman President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has virtual rock-star status around the world. So why is her run for reelection in such doubt at home?
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    Bigger than Coelho?

    Brazil’s star preacher is the country’s new best-selling author of fuzzy, feel-good spirituality.
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    Damascene Diplomat

    America’s man in Syria has been quietly demonstrating how to use diplomatic force against regimes.
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    The Women’s Revolution

    Protests in Tahrir Square were meant to bring freedom. Ursula Lindsay on the Arab Spring’s unmet promise.
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    Women World Leaders

    From Thailand to Cameroon, women are taking charge. A look at the next generation of emerging women leaders.